Bremerton Police Department

  • Agency: Bremerton Police Department
  • Address: 1025 Burwell St., Bremerton, 98337 WA
  • Chief: Craig Rogers (Chief of Police)

Bremerton Police Department is located at 1025 Burwell St., Bremerton, 98337 WA. The Chief of Police of the department is Craig Rogers. The Bremerton Police Department phone number is 360-473-5220.

Bremerton Police Department News

K9 "Esco" having fun with the dunk-tank at the Silverdale Red Robin Tip-a-Cop in support of Special Olympics! Come on down!!

The annual “Tip a Cop” event in support of Washington State Special Olympics is Saturday! When: Saturday October 21st, 2017 Where: Silverdale Red Robin Time: 11:00 am until 8:00 pm Make plans to stop by the Silverdale Red Robin restaurant and help to support Washington State Special Olympics!

BPD’s newest Police Officer takes the oath of office at last night’s council meeting. Welcome Officer Samantha Ortona!

Chief Strachan's weekly update:

Bremerton investigators would like to talk to & check welfare of Daniel Easley related to Wycoff fire. Plz call Det. Ayers @ 473-5228 with info.

Vehicle has been found in Mason County. A search team is forming. More info to come.

Please join the Department of Emergency Management in welcoming officers from the Bremerton Police Department for a presentation on Women's Safety on Tuesday (10/10) and Thursday (10/12) from 4-5:30 in the Olympic College, Humanities and Student Services Building, Rm #129 (HSS 129). The presentation will include tips on keeping safe, increasing awareness, and offering resources. Though the presentation is focused on women's safety, all are welcome to learn more from our community partners and their valuable perspective.

MISSING PERSON- Carol Ferguson was last spoken to on September 26, 2017, when she cancelled plans with a friend. Neighbors have not seen signs of Ferguson or her vehicle, a red Ford Ranger, since approximately the same time period. Ferguson’s known family members have not had contact with her and she is known to keep to herself. Ferguson is an avid hiker and frequently hikes in the Olympic National Park area, but may be travelling to or through Oregon. There are indications that suggest Ferguson’s disappearance may be dementia-related. Ferguson’s red Ford Ranger has a unique array of stickers and magnets on the rear bumper and tailgate. Her vehicle's license plate is WA: C90647B If spotted, please contact the Bremerton Police Department at (360) 473-5220, (360) 473-5228 or call 911 reference Bremerton Police Department case number B17-007434. Detective Jacob Switzer

Chief Strachan's weekly update:

Here's a short clip of our Gold Mountain golf course burglary. Tips are welcome / call Det. Switzer @ 360.473.5228 / case # B17-007362.

The Gold Mountain Golf Shop was burglarized on Oct 3-4. The suspect stole several thousands in equipment. Please call us with info @ 473-5228. Re: BPD Case Number: B17-007362.

Chief Strachan's weekly update:

Gas leak near east park is all cleared up. Thanks for your patience if you were affected.

Natural gas leak reported in the area of east park (Schley from Callahan to Homer Jones closed. ) Cascade Natural Gas working on it now.

Lt. Mike Davis and Sgt. Billy Renfro at yesterday's "Drafts and Drums on the Drag" event to support those w/ PTSD.

Major crash at Wheaton and Sheridan, Wheaton traffic is moving but Sheridan closed in both directions.

Retweeted West Hills STEM (@WHSTEMAcademy): Thank you @BremertonPD 👮 @BremertonSD SRO for having lunch w/@WHSTEMAcademy today!

Sometimes an officer’s job really stinks!

From patrol last night: Police work isn’t always glitzy, glamorous and high-speed, action packed... we also deal with things that aren’t so exciting, but are very important - like caring for our elderly citizens... Tonight, Officer Shaw located an elderly gentleman with dementia who had walked away from his home. His wife is no longer able to assist in care of her husband. Officer Shaw assisted the family by locating him on the bridge, then transporting getting him safely to the hospital. The elderly gentleman was indeed lost and could not remember where he lived. The elderly gentleman’s son met Officer Shaw at the hospital to help check his father in. This is another example of the constant care our officers do for the community. How one minute we are dealing with violent people, then the next call we are providing care, compassion and assistance for those who need it and those family members that ask for our assistance. Nice work, Officer Shaw.

Chief Strachan's weekly update:

BPD Press Release regarding suspect injured in standoff with officers:

Detectives completing follow up at the scene; hospital advising suspect is stable and injuries are non-life threatening.

Man imvolved in incident has been taken into custody, conscious and alert, and is being transported to the hospital.